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2 Questions re: View cart, Images

Thread began 5/21/2010 11:05 pm by chriscaldwell11357847 | Last modified 6/01/2010 2:17 pm by chriscaldwell11357847 | 2125 views | 19 replies

CraigRBeta Tester

Hi Chris, .

i have highlighted what i feel to be the important comments

in order to retrieve the cart information, you need the following code in your page at or near the top of the page, (before the <!doctype.. statement)

//WA eCart Include

where CARTNAME is the name of your ECart object instance

where you wish to dispay your cart quantity, (in the masthead ?), add the code...

<?php echo $CARTNAME ->TotalColumn("Quantity").''; ?>

you may find it easier to add quick cart from the eCart display manager first, as this puts in all the code you need, then adapt what is displayed according to your requirements

This works for ecart 4, i don't know if ecart 5 any different

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